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  • This article tackles the difficult issue that is Felons in Homelessness. It goes into depth on the detrimental causes of the "never-ending circle" that is felony and homelessness. I also delve into the many barriers facing felons living on the streets and how these inhibit future opportunities. Please leave feedback to let me know how I am portraying the issue. https://www.ts4hope.com/blog-1/felons-in-homelessness-attempts-to-spread-peace-respect-in-homeless-communities
  • Volunteering at soup kitchens is not only a way to build morale and contribute to society, it is also a way to connect with the less fortunate and lend a hand to the community. However, volunteering is not a one-day task. Instead of volunteering during the holidays, corporations and pantries recommend volunteers to help at times other than the holidays. With an influx of volunteers during the holidays, that leaves a dearth of participation during the rest of the year. Read my article titled: "Soup Kitchens and Pantries: Not Just a Way to Volunteer During the Holidays" and let me know what you think! https://www.ts4hope.com/blog-1/soup-kitchens-and-pantries-not-just-a-way-to-volunteer-during-the-holidays � �
  • Mental illness is one of the bigg contrib factors to cronic homelessnes. Please come and read about some of the connections between mental illness and chronic homelessnes. Any feedback or pointers would be very welcome and much appreciate. Thank you all. T’s 4 Hope "Mental Illness and the Chronically Homeless"     By: Stephanie Stinnett to read, visit:  https://www.ts4hope.com/blog-1/mental-illness-and-the-chronically-homeless